The present Regulations enact the Canada National Parks Act. Section 3 establishes that a person may use or occupy public lands or other public property within a Park if that person does so in accordance with the Act, the Regulations made there under and any agreement made between the Government of Canada and the government of the province within which the Park is situated. The Minister may, from time to time, arrange to have public lands in a Park surveyed or resurveyed. The text consists of 40 sections.
Implements: Canada National Parks Act (S.C. 2000, c. 32). (2017-06-19)
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